A midnight deadline has passed without the announcement of a programming deal between Viacom (VIAB) and Dish Network (DISH).
A spokesperson for Viacom declined to comment Thursday. Postings on social media indicated that a threatened blackout of Viacom’s programming for the satellite TV provider’s 14 million subscribers had not occurred.
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Viacom’s networks are also still listed as options for new customers, according to Dish’s website.
A blackout would block Dish subscribers’ access to Viacom shows such as Broad City on Comedy Central and SpongeBob SquarePants on Nickelodeon.
A spokesperson for Dish was not immediately available for comment.